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What Is Lisa Robertson's Net Worth?

Lisa Robertson is a fashion and jewelry designer and former QVC host who has a net worth of $5 million. Before becoming the "Queen of QVC," Lisa Robertson competed in beauty pageants and was crowned Miss Tennessee in 1989.

Lisa was named U.S. Pearl Princess in 1990, and she served as the spokesperson for the Cultured Pearl Association of America and Japan. Robertson began hosting shopping programs in 1991, and after moving to QVC a few years later, she became one of the channel's most popular hosts as well as the face of the network. Lisa left QVC in 2014, two years after she launched the G.I.L.I. Line (Got it Love it) for the network, which included "fashion, handbags, shoes, jewelry, gifts and Christmas Decor." Unfortunately, Lisa's fame has come with a downside, and over the years she has been forced to deal with a number of stalkers. Since leaving QVC, she has spent her time writing a blog at LisaRobertson.com, where she shares recipes and offers travel packages to her many fans.

Early Life

Lisa Robertson was born on November 7, 1965, in Collegedale, Tennessee. Lisa is the daughter of Treva and Charles Robertson, and she grew up with four siblings. Sadly, Treva died of ovarian cancer in 2009. Lisa was a violinist in one of the top youth symphonies in the U.S., performing at Carnegie Hall and traveling to Romania, Russia, Australia, and other countries. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Long–Term Health Care Administration from Collegedale's Southern College. Robertson was crowned Miss Tennessee in 1989, and during her reign, she was the "Drug Free Tennessee" program's spokesperson and gave speeches at schools and businesses. Governor Ned McWherter presented her with an Outstanding Service Award for her work with "Drug Free Tennessee." Lisa also sang with the Pride of the South Marching Band and at a New Jersey Nets Game during her time as Miss Tennessee.

 

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Career

Robertson began her career on the Shop At Home channel in Knoxville, Tennessee, in 1991. In the mid-1990s, she was hired by QVC, where she hosted "The Lisa Robertson Show," "Friday Night Beauty," and "PM Style." She  left QVC in late 2014, and when she announced her departure on the network's blog, she stated, "It is time for a new challenge and a new adventure. Although it is a little scary to leave what you have always known, I am very excited about what lays ahead." After leaving QVC, Lisa created an online boutique, which she closed in October 2023 due to wanting a better work-life balance after getting married. She has appeared on the television series "The Apprentice" (2008), "The Wendy Williams Show" (2012), "Kris" (2013), "Bethenny" (2013–2014), "Project Runway All Stars" (2013; 2015), and "Good Morning America" (2015), and she served as a guest judge on "RuPaul's Drag Race" in 2017. Robertson also appeared in the 1993 film "Island Girl."

(Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for QVC)

Personal Life

Lisa married contractor Jeffrey Lawrence in July 2023. Robertson announced the news on Facebook, writing "I found the man I want to spend my life with…and this weekend I married him. Jeff and I shared our special day with a small group of friends and family. I found a good man with a good heart who makes my heart go wild. I feel so blessed." She is stepmother to Jeffrey's daughter, Samantha, who got married at Lisa's home in June 2023 and has appeared in Robertson's cooking videos on Facebook Live.

In 2004, Peter Ferreira was sentenced to 132 days in prison and three years' probation for stalking Robertson. He had reportedly been stalking Lisa for 12 years before his arrest. The "Philadelphia Inquirer" reported that before Ferreira's sentencing, "a 40-year-old California man was sentenced to up to a year in jail in November after sending her gifts, and an Arizona man was given a probationary sentence for harassing her with correspondence." In court documents, Robertson stated, "I lock myself in my house every day. I check my alarm constantly. I watch my rearview mirror when I go home at night. If there is a sound at night, I lay awake wondering."

Awards

Robertson was named one of Philadelphia's "21 Power Women," and in 2014, she was honored with the Philadelphia Woman of Distinction Award and was dubbed one of New Beauty's "Beauty Authorities."

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